Maratus: Timur language

Language name: Maratus: Timur
ISO Language Name: Malay, Bukit [bvu]
Language State: Verified
GRN Language Number: 20097
IETF Language Tag: bvu-x-HIS20097
ROLV (ROD) Language Variety Code: 20097

Sample of Maratus: Timur

Malay (macrolanguage) Bukit Maratus Timur - The Two Roads.mp3

Audio recordings available in Maratus: Timur

These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.

Kabar Maeh [Good News]

Audio-visual Bible lessons in 40 sections with pictures. Contains Bible overview from creation to Christ, and teaching on the Christian life. For evangelism and church planting.

Look, Listen & Live 6 JESUS - Teacher & Healer

Book 6 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Jesus from Matthew and Mark. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.


Testimonies of believers for evangelism of unbelievers and motivation for Christians.

Download all Maratus: Timur

Audio/Video from other sources

Jesus Christ Film Project films - Bukit (Melayu) - (Toko Media Online)
Jesus Film Project films - Malay, Bukit - (Jesus Film Project)

Where Maratus: Timur is spoken


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Information about Maratus: Timur

Other information: Small group of animists in mountain area (Meratus ~ Maratus Mountains). Maratus is a Dayak variety, different from Bukit Malay (a malay creole) which is spoken in same area.

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